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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics

    by Yossi Lapid
    Snowman Paul dreams of becoming a Winter Olympics champion. When he persuades a skeptical Dan to join him on his Olympic quest, Dan is surprised by how well his snowman is doing in competition. But then Dan becomes suspicious. Snowman Paul knows everything about snow and ice, but is he competing fairly? Or is he perhaps, enjoying some unfair advantages? If so, what should they do about it? Written in rhyme, the Snowman Paul book series celebrates the magic of winter through the evolving friends... more
  • My Snowman, Paul (Snowman Paul Book 1)

    by Yossi Lapid
    On a snowy winter day, Dan builds himself a nice snowman named Paul. Snowman Paul wants to play and Dan hesitates because his friend Bill is watching and Bill thinks snowmen are dumb... But Paul is no ordinary snowman and he doesn’t take no for an answer. Dan and Paul become best friends and, together, they embark on a series of exciting adventures. Dan’s life will never be the same. Written in rhyme, the Snowman Paul book series celebrates the magic of winter through the evolving friendship ... more
  • North Side Hellion

    by Ben Broeren
    Chicago Prohibitions comes alive through Irish-American young man Aiden McCarthy. While teetering between loyalty to family and the dangerous passions of the Jazz Age, he matches wits with such figures as young Alphonse Capone, falls in love, and befriends misfits in a story for history buffs, romantics, and adventure-lovers alike.
  • The Sea Sprite Inn

    by Lynnette Adair

    Please, won't you come in?

    Sit down, put your feet up and relax with us at The Sea Sprite Inn.

    The Sea Sprite Inn is a charming tale about the owner of a Rehoboth Beach Bed and Breakfast. As the book opens, Jillian finds herself in the middle of a perfect storm of stressful situations. She's newly divorced, lost her job and now her daughter is leaving for college abroad. When her beloved grandfather has a health crisis, Jillian inherits the responsibility for a dilapidat... more

  • Grandma BallyHuHu and the Mystical Coin

    by Marti Melville
    There is always magic and adventure in a day spent with Grandma BallyHuHu. When Boone finds a mystical coin hidden inside Grandma BallyHuHu’s treasure chest, he suddenly finds himself on board an ancient ship and discovers the real hidden treasures lie within his imagination as he voyages at sea with pirates.
  • Midnight Omen

    by Marti Melville
    Besieged by the supernatural, modern day teens are haunted by18th-century marauders, but when faced with life on board an ancient ship, they learn their survival depends on haunting events lived long ago as Caribbean pirates.
  • The Game That Never Ends: A Story of Love and Games

    by David Adamson Harper
    In 1953 Sandy and Alex meet and fall in love in Adelaide, South Australia. She comes from a wealthy Catholic family and he is the son of a shopkeeper and an Anglican. Her mother has marriage plans for her and takes Alex to Italy to keep them apart. He goes to Oxford University where he achieves great success in cricket and rugby football. For the next seven years their love has to overcome many conflicts and is sorely tested by a tragic event and her Catholicism. In 1961 now working in San Franc... more
  • The Annals of Petronius Jablonski: An Odyssey of Historic Proportions and Priceless Treasure of Philosophy

    by Petronius Jablonski

    When his classic Pontiac is abducted by a deity who lives in the depths of Lake Michigan, Petronius Jablonski is offered enlightenment in compensation. To obtain it he must decipher the coded features of an odyssey. He neglects to share these minor details with his longsuffering girlfriend, Sandy, who accompanies him. Home-schooled by an eccentric father, Petronius holds the modern world in contempt, the demise of polytheism and eighteenth century English in general, the plague of democracy a... more

  • Stirring Li Chao

    by S.E. Brandenburg
    The Taiping Rebellion in China was the greatest Christian uprising of the nineteenth-century. Responsible for upward of twenty million deaths before its defeat, many, including Li Chao, had to wonder, "What is Heaven's reason?" The Empire is corrupt and failing. People are starving. The Manchu government has lost the Mandate of Heaven. Inspired by heavenly visions, a leader emerges. His popularity grows. Encouraged by western missionaries, a nascent Christian nation is on the brink of embrac... more
  • Harrington Manor

    by Ronald M. James

    A murderer stalks the orange groves of 1923 Southern California.

    Detective Sidney Snipes is called to the Harrington Manor when retired Colonel Peter Wescott Harrington is found slumped over his desk by his family. Snipes entrusts the sensational new crime fighting technology—Fingerprint Analysis to find a fierce fiend.

    Just when he thinks he has the murderer cornered, an unsolved missing person cold case rumples his proficient sleuthing skills. Then another Harringto... more

  • Now I Know It's Not My Fault

    by Laurie B. Levine
    Alexandra Geller is a bright, underachieving fourteen-year-old coming of age in the big hair 1980’s. Alex is from an accomplished, well-educated family. The sudden death of her mother five years ago, and her relationship with her well-meaning but emotionally unavailable father, leaves her unmoored and vulnerable as she tries to figure out who she is. Early in her freshman year, she’s befriended by Paula Hanover, a young, attractive science teacher at her high school. Paula’s irreverence and char... more
  • Darker the Night

    by Lisa London

    Books on WWII typically focus on famous people & events - and usually from the vantage point of the winners.  Darker The Night instead focuses on the viewpoint of the German people trying to live their lives. Hedy wants to help the war effort by becoming a physical therapist, but the Nazi's have other plans. She finds herself working on farms and in airplane factories, dodging bombs and battling hunger. As the war comes to an end and news of the atrocities crush her pride in her country, her ... more

  • Amy Is Aumazing: How It Feels To Have Autism

    by Paula Powers
    Meet Amy, an almost 6 year old kindergartner who is gifted and talented but also has autism. She tells the tale of her magnificent math and marvelous memory super powers as well as the challenges she faces having autism. Amy references her personal relationships with her friends and family while detailing the struggles that she encounters on a regular basis both in school and in her daily life. She takes you on an adventure through her day through the eyes of a child with autism.
  • Pretty Ugly

    by Sean Hillen
    Cosmetics create beauty, but when that turns ugly, it’s lethal. A thrilling, intriguing ride through the murky undercurrent of corporate and political machinations bridging the complex worlds of medicine, media and modeling, in both the United States and Ireland. What physical horrors can rogue nanoparticles, a thousandth time smaller than a human cell, create when they flood through your body contained within a simple cosmetic? Facing the terrible truth, an unlikely trio – Colm, an investig... more
  • Unexplored Lives: A Collection of Short Stories

    by John K. Briscoe
    What would happen if you left your cell phone with private photos in a bathroom at a high school party, or survived severe childhood physical abuse, or were bullied every day in junior high school? What if you were wrongfully arrested, tricked into loving an unconventional person, or had outside forces change your relationship with your mother? How would you cope with the paranormal, or a discouraging difference in how people saw you, or a perplexing murder with despicable suspects? Unexplored L... more
  • Different Walks

    by Taylor Hartshorn
    A stack of letters burned a hole in the box under Sage’s bed for the past sixteen years. There wasn’t a day she hadn’t thought about them, just sitting there wastefully as she went about her high society life. They were letters from the only man she ever truly loved, Max; advising her to find him only when she recovered from a past that led her astray. Sage was only getting older, and the monotony of her life made that all the more prominent. If she were ever going to rekindle a lost love, there... more

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